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Our Chief Investment Office and experts share insights into our house view and macro trends.

Waiting for Godot – how long until markets recover?

It had been hoped that the US midterm elections on 6 November might prove to be a cathartic moment for markets and provide a positive turning point following the brutal October battering.

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Not the time to sell

Recent equity market turbulence has given investors a frisson of fear, as has often been the case over the course of the bull market that began way back in March 2009.

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Markets in turmoil – our view

This week’s market turmoil, like in February and March, started as a technical correction after six months of straight-up markets which required a little breathing space. Soon thereafter, however, fundamental concerns have crept in.

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Should you stay invested and ignore all the noise?

This week Tony Dwyer, Chief US Market Strategist at Canaccord Genuity and ‘Wall Street’s biggest bull’, came over from his office in New York and presented to our clients. 

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Facts vs. fears? Don’t let confirmation bias distort your view of the markets

One of the fascinating aspects of the current financial markets is that investors can find a plethora of information to support either a positive or negative view of the world, depending on their disposition.

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Investing for a sustainable future

With large companies wising up to the importance of adopting and promoting sustainable business practices – and with the influence, affluence and expectations of Millennials set to peak over the next decade –  our guest contributor Will Oulton, Global Head, Responsible Investment, First State Investments, considers the impact on the investment industry, and the increasing need to balance social and environmental responsibility with positive financial performance.

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IMPORTANT: Investment involves risk. The value of investments and the income from them can go down as well as up and you may not get back the amount originally invested. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance.

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